CEDAR CREEK MEMORY CARE HOMES
About Our Homes
We decided to have small homes so that our programs could be very individualized. We just don't believe you can provide good dementia care in a large anonymous situation where a resident sees many new faces of staff and residents every day. Being small gives us great opportunity: It's our goal to know everything we can about a resident, what scares them, what makes them happy, what they have spent the last 75 years doing. We know that the person we see before us does not always convey the richness of their life. To truly care for someone, we want to know their story and how to bring them the highest quality of life. The world gets pretty small when someone has dementia--we want to make that world a happy place because each and every resident deserves as much joy in their lives as possible!
Auxiliary House is a two-level home equipped with an elevator for 8 residents. The rooms are quite large and each room has a private bathroom. Auxiliary House is conveniently located near the downtown area of Bethesda. Our residents love our wrap-around porch and vegetable garden during the warmer weather.
We like to boast that our home at Cedar Glen is part of the Registry of Historical Homes for Montgomery County. And when you visit, you will see why, with its unique architecture and “country-like setting”. Located in the beautiful Fallsmead neighborhood, our 8 residents enjoy a large backyard garden and a perfect setting for afternoon walks.
Hillwood is conveniently located near Seven Locks Road in Bethesda and provides a beautiful setting for our 8 residents. As our name suggests, this one-story home is nestled up on a hill and our residents enjoy a nice walking path in the backyard.
Maple Ridge is our largest home for 14 residents in Rockville. It is one story, with both shared and private bathrooms. At the center of Maple Ridge is our beloved vegetable and flower garden, where you will find our residents and staff outside daily during the summer months.
SILVER SPRING MD
Our first home to open was Clifton. This one story home for 8 residents was where the idea of providing memory care in a home setting was first envisioned. You may even find a caregiver or two that has been there since we opened our doors!